Coronavirus With the decrease in cases of infection, markets and factories have started opening in states like Haryana, Gujarat with some conditions. Since there has been a significant decline in corona infection in Delhi too, now the traders of Delhi have also requested the government to open markets and factories.
Delhi government Coronavirus In view of the appalling situation due to this, the lockdown was announced till May 31, which will remain in force till next Monday morning. CTI chairman Brijesh Goyal and president Subhash Khandelwal said that the Delhi government was taking a very balanced decision by reviewing the situation every week and imposing a one-week lockdown. Now that the lockdown period is coming to an end on Monday morning, we have conducted a survey among all the traders of Delhi.
About 560 merchant organizations of Delhi participated in this survey, including market associations, industry associations, hotel and restaurant associations, beauty and wellness associations. The survey included Kashmiri Gate, Chandni Chowk, Chawdi Bazar, Sadar Bazar, Khari Baoli, Karol Bagh, Kamla Nagar, Lajpat Nagar, Connaught Place, Kirti Nagar, Krishna Nagar, Rajouri Garden, Nehru Place, South X, Shahdara, Gandhi Nagar, Laxmi Traders from markets such as Nagar, Rohini, Pitampura, Janakpuri, Malviya Nagar, Dwarka, Greater Kailash etc. took part.
CTI treasurer Sudhir Jain and vice-president Navdeep Malhotra said that about 450 of these 560 organizations had said that corona cases and infection rates in Delhi were decreasing, so now the time has come to open the lockdown in Delhi from June 1 Markets and factories should be allowed to open. However, some associations said that the lockdown should be extended by 1 week and some associations said that whatever decision the government will take is with them.
Brijesh Goyal said that some associations say that if markets are opened on the basis of aud-even, some associations say that the time should be different for retail and wholesale markets. Some associations suggested that shops should be opened only 5 days a week and should be completely closed on Saturdays and Sundays.
Some market associations have requested that the night curfew should continue. About 60% of the traders said that the service of the metro train should be resumed or else the traffic on the roads will increase a lot. More than 80% of merchant organizations want sanitization in the markets.
The factory owners of 28 industrial areas of Delhi also participated in the CTI survey, in which factory owners of industrial areas like Narela, Bawana, Mongol Puri, Mayapuri, Udyog Nagar, Kirti Nagar, Anand Parbat, Shahdara, Wazirpur, Badli, Okhla, Jhilmil etc. Were included. According to the CTI, they will make a report of all these suggestions and submit it to the government.
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